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Intervention theory and method; a behavioral science view.


Reading, Mass., Addison-Wesley [1970] .
ISBN 0201003422, 9780201003420

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Subjects Attituden.
Changement organisationnel.
Gestion.
Interventie.
Management.
Organisatie.
Organizational change.
Series Addison-Wesley series in social science and administration.
Description x, 374 pages illustrations 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The primary tasks of intervention activities -- Competent and effective interventions and organizations -- Organizational entropy -- The unintended consequences of rigorous research -- Organic research -- Effective intervention activity -- The primary intervention cycle and levels of dialogue -- Ineffective intervention activity -- Cases of ineffective intervention activity -- Meeting with the prospective client system -- Introductory sessions with two top management groups -- Selecting a client system -- Diagnostic activities -- Diagnostic results of a top management system -- Feedback of diagnosis -- Terminating ineffective client relationships.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)106067
(OCoLC)ocm00106067
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WorldCat Identities Argyris, Chris, 1923-
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